Numerical short-cut used in text messaging that represents the years "1997-1999: a time-period in which dotcom companies without even a decent URL could tap the NASDAQ honey-pot, if not the corporate buy-out one.
Not just Flooz.com. Later companies such as Skype -- founded in 2003 and acquired by Ebay like it was some kind of expensive, corporate vernerial disease in 2005 -- are also in fact 9799.
A "Doctor" who largely reduced the prestige of licensed medical professionals in the intelligent public's mind between 1998 and 2009.
"Dr Google" belongs to the same Country Club as "Google Esq" "Google CPA," "Google CFA," "Google Broker," "Prof Google," and "Coach Google."
You're 38 years old and you have an IQ over 140. You don't have a medical license or attempt to provide medical treatment to others. You do, however, consult "Dr Google" for your own medical needs on a regular basis and have had a long, successful "Doctor"-patient relationship with 'him.' In recent years, you feel inclined to send "Dr Google" the "thank you" gifts that you used to send to real physicians.